Breakthrough 'Rapid Liquid Printing' Technique Lets You Draw in Suspended Gel

Researchers from MIT's Self-Assembly Lab introduce an experimental process they're calling 'Rapid Liquid Printing,' which lets users physically draw in 3D space within a gel suspension. The breakthrough process could enable the creation of large-scale, customized products made of real-world materials (like rubber, foam, or plastic). It is also very fast - producing structures in a matter of minutes.